My goal is to bring quality classical guitar education to people without access to a musical community.
Thanks to improving technologies, remote teaching can now be just as good as in-person lessons. Read more about my unique, four-camera remote teaching set-up here.
My teaching studio is a mix of in-person and remote students of different ages and backgrounds. I teach a flexible approach to technique and musicality that emphasises the fundamentals while catering to each student's unique musical and physical needs.
(In some cases I also teach steel string acoustic guitar to students who wish to learn to read music and expand their approach to the instrument.)
To discuss lessons or learn more, contact me here or at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Becoming a musician, not just a guitarist.
Discovering new musical interests.
Experiencing different musical eras and styles.
Finding proper posture and playing position.
Developing right and left hand techniques.
Understanding the ergonomics of guitar playing.
Reading notes and rhythms.
Learning the vocabulary of written music.
Understanding the 'why' and 'how' of music theory.
Developing new skills and interests.
Forming parallels to contemporary guitar styles.